Then during a humid afternoon in Manhattan ...
Phil and I hung out and made some recordings about patients in the ICU, problems encountered and interesting physiology.
The information discussed is definitely not dogmatic, it is basically us just feeding off of each other's curiosity about critically-ill patients.
If the feedback is positive, and topics arise ... we hope to bring you more.
So during a cold week in Montreal ...
Phil and I hung out and made some more recordings about patients in the ICU, problems encountered and interesting physiology.
Please have a listen and share your comments on Phil's awesome blog!
The first 4 chapters will cover basic physiology and pathophysiology with an emphasis on the Campbell and Guyton Diagrams.
The remaining 4 chapters will focus on clinically-relevant topics in the intensive care unit; the discussions will be largely drawn from the physiology covered in the first half of the textbook.
Heart-lung.org will provide a comprehensive, on-line tutorial in cardiovascular and respiratory physiology for the interested medical student, resident and fellow.